For VOMS 2.0.16, VOMS Admin server 3.8.1, VOMS Admin client 2.0.21
The Virtual Organization Membership Service (VOMS) is an attribute authority which serves as central repository for VO user authorization information, providing support for sorting users into group hierarchies, keeping track of their roles and other attributes in order to issue trusted attribute certificates and SAML assertions used in the Grid environment for authorization purposes.
This guide is targeted at VOMS service administrators, i.e. people installing and running the VOMS server.
Besides the usual OS packages you will need the EPEL and UMD package repositories configured.
All the other dependencies are resolved by the installation of the VOMS metapackages, voms-mysql-mp.
A single-node installation, with the hardware recommendations given above should serve well most scenarios. Serving a large number of VOs (> 15) will require more memory and disk space.
See the upgrade installation guide.
See the clean installation guide.
See the service operation guide.
See the known issues page